Register now for February HELP and Success by 6 Winter Webinar

Join us on February 26th for the second of four webinars in the HELP and Success by 6 Winter Webinar Series: Research to Action. Designed to move human development research conducted by HELP into action in communities across the province, this series will explore ways to use and apply HELP’s research, and related resources and tools, to assist in early years planning activities.

Bringing Knowledge Full Circle: Aboriginal Children’s EDI Data and Community Stories
Date: Thursday, February 26, 2015 – Time: 1:00PM to 2:30PM
This month’s webinar - Bringing Knowledge Full Circle: Aboriginal Children’s EDI Data and Community Stories - will showcase HELP’s Aboriginal-specific EDI data holdings. Joseph Dunn, Provincial Director, Success by 6 BC, and Kim Bayer, HELP's Aboriginal Community Liaison Coordinator, will share information about HELP's Aboriginal data, the role of the HELP Aboriginal Steering Committee is supporting this work, and how Aboriginal Early Years Tables across the province are working with this research data to support community planning.

Register now!
Please Note - Space is limited and registration is required for this free webinar. Participants will receive an email with details for accessing the webinar following registration and confirmation.

Who should attend the webinar?
Success by 6, Children First and Early Years Community Development Coordinators are encouraged to participate in the webinar, as well as those who are supporting the engagement of communities in regard to EDI research, knowledge translation and community Early Years planning.

Next up in the Winter Webinar Series
This is the second of four webinars planned and presented in partnership between HELP and Success by 6. Registration will be required for each. Please note the original dates announced for our March and April webinars may change. Please watch for registration announcements in mid-March and mid-April.

Exploring HELP’s Socio-economic Status Index

Understanding developmental trajectories: Linking data from the early years to the middle years

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